by Matthew Crawford
There is no historical basis for the idea that women and minority candidates aren’t electable.
SOURCE: The New York Times
Read how the history of busing impacted Kamala Harris, and what she did to combat her experiences.
by Adam Laats
When underpaid teachers threaten to walk away, school leaders have always considered desperate plans to fix desperate financial problems.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Kamala Harris is among the few black women to run for president. Here is the amazing story of the first.
Forty-seven years ago this week, Rep. Shirley Chisholm (D-N.Y.) announced she was seeking the Democratic 1972 nomination, becoming the first woman and first African American to run for a major political party’s presidential ticket.
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